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Cherry Mobile Phones Price List Philippines for June 2011

Relevance: 100%      Posted on: June 12, 2011

With true dual SIM capabilities and a suite of other top end features, the new collection of mobile phones under the Cherry Mobile brand bring next-generation connectivity to Filipino consumers at incredibly affordable prices. Cherry Mobile showcases its first handset range this 2009. Consisting of four new handsets, each range suits every type of user by designing its products that would best match different consumer lifestyles. The Cherry Mobile phones price list below is updated for June 2011: Cherry Mobile D12 price Php 999 Cherry Mobile F16 price Php 1,599 Cherry Mobile D20i price Php 1,999 Cherry…

Seagate outs 500GB Ultra Mobile HDD for mobile devices

Relevance: 94%      Posted on: September 10, 2013

Seagate Technology has recently unveiled their new storage solution for mobile devices that is capable of capacities of up to 500GB - the Seagate Ultra Mobile HDD. Seagate claims the this new storage technology can deliver up to 7x the storage capacity of a traditional 64GB tablet with the same power, performance and reliability of a flash device. If that's the case then we're looking at almost 500GB of internal storage for a mobile device. In addition, the 2.5-inch drive is just 5mm thin while weighing in at a mere 3.3oz. It will be well insulated to survive accidental drops…

Sony Mobile Executive Denies Selling Mobile Division

Relevance: 90%      Posted on: March 4, 2015

Because of the downward trend in its mobile division in the past few years, as well as the remarks that Sony CEO said during an interview with Reuters, business analysts have reasons to believe that Sony may pull the plug on Xperia a notion that Hiroki Totoki, head of Sony Mobile department, adamantly disagreed to and told Le Figaro that its completely untrue. For his part, Totoki believes that the Sony Mobile division just needs to reevaluate its strategies in order to get back on track. According to the report, this involves narrowing down the divisions portfolio, as well…

Specs Comparison: Cherry Mobile G1 vs Cherry Mobile One

Relevance: 90%      Posted on: August 10, 2015

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Cherry Mobile has just launched today its latest Android One smartphone, the G1. The G1 is the follow up to the One, the company's first Android One device which was launched back in February. So how much has Cherry Mobile's Android One offering has improved over the past six months? Find out in our specs comparison below. Winning features Cherry Mobile G1: * Larger display * Higher display resolution * Dragontrail Glass * Better CPU * Bigger RAM and internal storage * Better cameras * LTE connectivity * Larger battery Cherry Mobile One: * Cheaper price tag Although both phones…

Cherry Mobile G1 Photo Contest

Relevance: 84%      Posted on: August 26, 2015

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As promised, Yugatech and Cherry Mobile is holding another contest where you can win Cherry Mobile's newest Android One smartphone - the Cherry Mobile G1 . All you need to do is follow the mechanics below. Don't forget to like Cherry Mobile on Facebook and make sure your that your social media account is set to public so your photos can be viewed by Cherry Mobile representatives.

Is Web 2.0 on your Mobile Phone?

Relevance: 84%      Posted on: February 19, 2008

A lot of people (including me) are claiming that the next wave will be on the mobile phone. With faster wireless connectivity and high adoption rate, the mobile web may become the next top destination for everybody. It is even starting now without many of us noticing it. Is Web 2.0 on your mobile phone? Apparently yes. How much of it is on our phone now depends on our needs and lifestyles. Let me share mine: Gmail for Mobile. I consolidate most of my email accounts to GMail {see tutorial here} so Gmail Mobile is the most often used application…

Cherry Mobile Flare HD to be priced at Php5,499

Relevance: 83%      Posted on: January 4, 2014

Cherry Mobile is set to release their most affordable quad-core smartphone this year, the Cherry Mobile Flare HD, with a suggested retail price of Php5,499. The CM Flare HD has a 4.3-inch HD display, quad-core processor, 1GB of RAM and dual-SIM functionality. We wrote about our first impressions of the Cherry Mobile Flare HD here.

Mozilla promises Firefox Mobile

Relevance: 83%      Posted on: October 13, 2007

Mozilla says it is now working on Firefox for the mobile platform, and I say it's about time! We'll just have to wait for it by 2009. To date, the Mozilla community has developed Joey, an application to send information gleaned via the desktop browser to the mobile phone, and Minimo, an attempt to map the browser to a specific mobile context. Minimo will not be developed further, says Mozilla developer Mike Schroepfer. At the moment, I'm using Mobile Internet Explorer, Opera Mini, and Opera Mobile 8.65. Opera Mobile is great and has a good number of supported mobile platforms…

Netvibes is now Mobile

Relevance: 81%      Posted on: August 31, 2007

One of the items in my long list of Mobile 2.0 capabilities is Ajax support especially because I've been using Netvibes more and more each day. My current Samsung SGH i600 cannot load the site properly just like many other mobile phones, despite using more advanced web browsers like Opera. Just now, Netvibes goes mobile. You can now check your Netvibes page on your mobile phone or your iPhone at the following address: http://m.netvibes.com The page doesn't look like the ajaxy startup page and has been reduced to a simple HTML page. The tabs are converted to bullets and the…

MobSense: Adsense for Mobile

Relevance: 80%      Posted on: July 14, 2006

Over at PTB, I speculated that the ongoing Chikka and Google Talk partnership will result to something like an advertising model for mobile phones. I'd like to call it MobSense -- Mobile Adsense. Pushing contextual ads on your mobile phones. This was based on a comment by a Chikka executive in this Inq7.net story. Will it work? We're already getting sms/text ads, so why not.